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>> good morning, thanks nor i think us. i'm carolyn tyler. let's start with a look at the weather with meteorologist lisa argen. >> good morning, carolyn. most of the cameras are fogged in and that's because the visibility has been significantly reduced. a dense fog advisory for the valleys of the north bay. see visibility here less then a quarter of a mile in novato. take a look at oakland. eighth after mile. fog all the way down through san jose. three miles in mountain view. this will continue it move into our east bay. also our east bay valleys. definitely be careful out there. we are locking at these condition conditions to stay with us right through the 9:00 hour. numbers rank from the 30s up in napa to the 50s around oakland and san francisco. we will get into some low and mid-60s today. that's a cooler day, but we still have a dry few days before the wind and rain arrive.
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carolyn? >> thank you, lisa. all that fog out there may have played a role in a fiery fatal collision near the carkenas bridge. the crash shut down the westbound lanes in crockett just before 2:30 this morning. the car caught fire with a person trapped inside. passersby tried to run and put out the fire. a special traffic alert has been issued by the highway patrol. visibility is still very low had the area because of that fog. a fatal accident on highway 101 last night backed up traffic for hours last night near the airport. it happened near south airport boulevard just after 1:00. a female pedestrian was struck by cars and killed. the chp immediately closed all all the northbound lanes between grand avenue and oyster point.
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the victim died at the scene, leaving investigators with little information to go on. >> it was a female in her mid-20s, early 30s at this time, but it's all under investigation. we don't know if she was walking across the freeway or dropped off so that's still under investigation. >> northbound traffic was diverted around the scene using highway 380 and san bruno avenue as detours. >> police say another person was killed in san mateo on a hit-and-run. a driver struck a concrete garbage container that threw into the air, hitting a man on south delaware street. he later died at a local hospital. the driver stopped, got out of his car, surveyed the damage he caused and then got back in and drove off. police later arrested him at his home. new this morning san francisco police are investigating a collision between two s.u.v.s that injured two people and knocked out power to the area.
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it was near paul meadow avenue. the collision occurred just before 11:30 last night. the injuries are said to be minor despite all the damage. one s.u.v. rolled over and another took out a power pole and damaged a house, as you see there. the power has since been restored. 42 people were arrested and an officer injured after a party got out of control in san jose late friday night. it began just before 11:00 on pat avenue and lasted for nearly six hours. san jose police say an officer trying to break up the party was injured when people threw bottles at him. someone even tried to drag the officer into the backyard. he was able to get away. police say partygoers started jumping over fences when they arrived. one woman at the party sees things differently. >> did you see any police officers? >> yes, i seen police officers. there was like 50 of them. >> and what were they doing? >> being aggressive. >> thirty-three adults and nine juveniles were taken into
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custody. two police officers were injured. it took 60 officers to restore order. a touching memorial service this weekend for a man who was shot and killed by armed robbers outside a 711 store last week. this morning both suspects are in custody. rory park pettiford was killed by two men who went on a crime spree november 16th. friends and family remembered the 22-year-old. abc7 news reporter john alston was at the service. >> reporter: hugs and tears outside the campbell funeral home where dozens of friends and family members shared their memories of 22 year rory park pettiford, the young man caught up in last week's crime spree. >> i will never, ever get over this. if he were just a friend i would never get over it because he was such a special person. not just a son but a special person. >> every day i have to stop and
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i have to think about how i miss him, how i can't believe that this is true. >> on friday night of last week park pettiford as shot to death as two masked men tried to carjack him at the 711 store on south carly boulevard. that night the gunman also shot and wounded a san jose officer after committing armed robbery at four businesses. 26-year-old jonathan was arrested after a short manhunt but his alleged partner was on the lose until afternoon. that person is a 15-year-old boy from san jose who was arrested at an apartment complex in concord. police have no information on the concord connection or the relationship between the man and the teenager. >> that's not determined yet. there's nothing that either one of them provided, at least that the investigator shared with me. >> rory park pettiford's brother announced the arrest of the 15-year-old at the memorial service today. >> me and rory actually grew up with some of the members that
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are in the san jose police force and when they found out rory was the victim, they really pulled out all the stops. i'm really thankful that they found both of these gentlemen. >> rory's father talked about the 15-year-old suspect. >> let me say to his parents that i know that you are probably grieving also. because not only did they take rory's life, but they took their own lives by doing such a heinous thing and my prayers go out to them. >> he is in jail on a murder charge that makes him eligible for the death penalty in convicted. the juvenile is in juvenile hall. he is facing robbery charges. they will determine if the boy will be tried as an adult. police are not talking about a motive and the $20,000 reward will not be handed out because none of the tips they received led to the arrest. in san jose, john alston, abc7 news. >> up next a tragic fire in bangladesh kills more than 100 peel. we will also tell you when the
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u.s. supreme court might rule on same-sex marriage. and nhl players still locked out but it's not keeping fans away from the ice. the san francisco minor league team that's turning the lockout
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>> new this morning at least people are dead after a fear raced through a factory in bangladesh last night. 112 so far at least 100 bodies have been retrieved from the factory. another twelve people died trying to jump from upper floors. the death toll could rise as recovery efforts continue. bangladesh has about 4,000 garment factories, many operating without proper safety measures. the $20 billion in annual clothing exports mostly gets shipped to the u.s. and europe. in the middle east a fragile cease-fire is taking place between israel and hamas but will it last? that is the question coming up on abc's "this week."
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senator dick durban and lindsey graham will be on "this week" with george stephanopoulos coming up at 8:00 here on abc7. new this morning the u.s. supreme court justices will go behind closed doors this week to decide whether now is the time to rule on same-sex marriage. today's l.a. times reports on friday the court will sift through appeals on california's prop 8 and the national defense of marriage act. for justices the issue is not just what to decide, but when it should be decided. in the past the court has been criticized for waiting too long or moving too quickly to recognize constitutional rights. locked-out national hockey league players hit the ice last night in new jersey raising money for super storm sandy victims. it is the first game since the lockout began in september. the charity game was called operation hat trick.
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tickets sold for 20 to $100 each, and the nhl players association plans to slow in an additional $20,000 on top of what they raise. 422 regular season hockey games have been cancelled so far and friday the nhl pulled the plug on the all-star weekend. but the lockout isn't all bad news. it's giving local minor leaguers a chance to shine. abc7 news reporter cornell bernard follows sharks fans to the cow palace where the san francisco bulls play. >> reporter: call it major league hockey without all the glitz. >> kettle corn! >> or the glamour. >> high-fiving the bulls, right? yes! yes! >> the san francisco bulls, a minor league team, is playing their ninth home game, but already have a loyal following from the sharks fans who have no team right now. >> all i have seen here,
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whatever level, they are well-matched and they are exciting. >> you miss the sharks? >> yeah, definitely. >> these guys are pretty good, though, right? >> yeah, pretty good. >> this is henry's second balls game. his mom and dad are hooked. >> i think it's great. it's much easier to get to than going to san jose. we live in the city and we are happy to be here tonight. >> the bulls manager said the lockout has been good for the new team. >> the sharks fan support is great and the lockout can only benefit us, as sad as it is. >> but it's given the sharks player ryan low a new job as assistant coach. >> it's worked out well. i enjoy playing. >> i feel like it's making the most of a bad situation with the lockout. >> ticket prices for bulls games average about 20 bucks, last price of a sharks game. >> the sharks are a little better but everything is a little more expensive at a sharks game. >> i like the sharks and i'm a bulls fan. >> about 3,000 fans attended the game and in the end the bulls beat the stockton thunder 6-3.
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not only are tickets affordable, the price of hot dogs and refreshments won't break the bank either, about five or six dollars for them. abc7 news. >> well, our weather is about to change. lisa argen is here to tell you when and what is on tap. >> yeah. already beginning to change with our dense fog advisory in the north bay. hears a look at the golden gate bridge. just over on the north side visibility less than a quarter of a mile. but it's not just confined here. we have some very dense fog in our east bay, only a quarter mile there. san jose and three miles so far at sfo. we will talk about a couple dry days before the rain returns. your forecast is coming up. >> thank you, lisa. also ahead, stanford location up a spot in the pac-12 title game, beating ucla last night in southern california. mike shumann has your highlights and postgame reactio
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>> you say you want some snow. all the snow you want is just in the northeast. the ski reports are open for the season. kirk wood opens 45% of its terrain and five lifts yesterday. this week the sierra is expected to see more snow, which will allow several more resorts to open. so, yeah, rain here, snow there. lisa argen here with your accuweather forecast. >> it's been high-elevation snow. next system coming in midweek will also feature the warmer, wet snow. so the rain to snow ratio not so
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great, but we will try to improve on that as we have a series of what weather systems are headed our way. as we head outside now, very foggy conditions. you are looking at the shark tank. san jose with mild visibility. and the san mateo bridge looking at very foggy conditions. in fact so we have it in the south bay, the east bay, and also mount tam looking like a beacon this morning with a clear conditions up above. but this is where we have the dense fog advisory below for the north bay vols. despite this shot, most areas are looking at some pea soup this morning and visibility slow to improve out there. live doppler 7 hd. we have a weak religion of high pressure holding out over the bay area the next couple days before it gives way. beneath that, the clear sky, the light winds and visibility that has been reduced at time to less than a quarter mile down to an eighth of a mile anywhere
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between napa, novato, santa rosa and you head further south and we are still looking at the very priviesible. three miles now at sfo. so far no flight delays. that certainly could change. mountain view a mile and a quarter and the mile at san jose. hay word looking at about 8 miles. this is the forecast about the next couple hours. we expect the fog to continue to ooze in from the east into the delta so that should allow concord and livermore to see the reduced visibility as well. then it should be lifting past the 9:00 hour to give us some hazy sunshine. boy, it is cool. numbers dropping once again into the 30s. 36 napa, 39 santa rosa and fairfield with the low to mid-50s. san francisco and oakland. 50 in san jose. good morning. we are looking at the patchy, dense fog. cooler today by about four degrees. don't expect the 70s unless you are way far south around monterey. we are looking at the rainy
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pattern accompanied by some strong and gusty winds coming in overneat on tuesday right in time, it lacks like, for the wednesday morning commute. we are looking at this ridge weakening. it will be influencing our weather today and bringing us the hazy sunshine. numbers from two to four degrees above normal. but then in the days ahead we have a couple systems on tap. this is an upper level low. it's going to allow for more subtropical moisture to be pulled up from the south and that brings us our first system here. throughout the rest of the day today looking pretty good for your sunday and on monday we will call it mostly sunny again with that fog in the morning. by tuesday we are pretty much clouded up. and by about 1:00 in the morning overnight you can see the rain beginning from santa rosa down through marin county. it is a quick mover. so right now hard to pinpoint how much rain so we will get that fine tuned. in the meantime looking at more mid-60s today from red with
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city to pal patrol and down by the monterey bay. not much in the way of fog this morning for you folks. mild afternoon, upper 60s to lower 70s. looking for the temperatures to stay rather mild right through monday. tuesday more clouds but still some lower 60s. then here comes the rain a break thursday and more wet weather friday into saturday. so we have been dry. >> so this looks significant on a couple of the days? >> the wind looks pretty significant for this wednesday's system, yeah. >> all right. thank you, lisa. coming up at 7:00 is good morning america. we are joined live from new york to tell us what you are working on. good morning. >> good morning, carolyn. i am here so clearly i didn't win the lottery yesterday. but, boy, it is a breaking jackpot nobody has seen or heard of before. $325 million. that was yesterday. today $425 million. the largest ever. what are your odds of winning?
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also we will tell you about the father who punched in a wall to save his 2-year-old after the little boy fell down an old laundry shoot. so how did the little buoysenly get out? we will tell us his story coming up. plus, when extreme couponing go wrong. the expert couponner attacked by a store manager and it's all caught on tape. so what happened here? and finally, the rolling stones are celebrating 50 years, if you can believe that. there was a special concert tonight. who has seen them over 300 times? you will meet the man. and how much can scalpers get for just one ticket? all that and much more coming up next on "good morning america." they have sold over 200 million albums. pretty impressive. >> have you ever been to one of the concerts? >> i have not. and i'm telling you, they are playing in new york december 8th so in a couple saturdays and my husband was tempted to get tickets but i, you know, the concert goes late into the night and i have to wake up for work so, i don't know. i'm having second thoughts about
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that decision now. >> no. you could still go and just, you know, come in a little bit worse for wear, i guess. >> with bags under my eyes? >> yeah, just once. [laughter] >> all right. we will look for you on that day and this morning at 7:00. >> okay. make sure. >> okay. take care. >> have a about good day. >> we will check out sports right now. carson palmer returns to cincinnati to face his old team when oakland plays the bengals. and at 1:25 the niners are in new orleans. we will finally see whether coach jim harbaugh is starting colin kaepernick or alex smith. last night stanford had a chance to clinch the pac-12 north if they could beat ucla in south pasadena. here's mike with the highlights. he has the highlights in this morning's sports. >> good morning. kickoff with a little college football. stanford had to beat ucla yesterday in the season finale to advance to the pac-12 title game against ucla.
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stanford had beaten the bruins three times coming up. the opening play, 75-yard drive opening. kevin hogan finding the receiver drew tirrell wide open in the end zone, 7-0, stanford in a flash. brent huntley, and foray. ties the game at 7. stanford showing off the wildcat. anthony takes the snap and takes a right up the gut. ten yards for the touchdown, 14-7, stanford. next drive, stefhon taylor breaks through. gets to the open field. no one is going to catch hem. 49 yards. taylor set a school record, 21 100-yard games. stanford led 21-10 at the half. third quarter. picked by jordan richards. 22nd straight game with a turnover for stanford's defense. that's fourth longest in the nation. look at this catch. he had to squeeze it against his helmet. what a play. that led to taylor's second touchdown of the game, 142 yards, 20 carries and only 3 quarters of work. stanford wins 34-17.
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taking the pack is it 11 north division. they face ucla on friday at stanford for the pac-12 championship. >> we came out here, take it one step at a time. i know it's a game we needed to win. we came out here, tried to get the detail. like i said, one play at a time and everything will go right. >> we had an old-fashioned shootout at spartan stadium. san jose stat looking for their tenth win of the season, hosting louisiana tech. david came out swinging. connects with hansel out of the backfield. he will do the rest. 42-yard touchdown. the spartans trailed 27-24 at the half. third quarter. up the middle. third touchdown of the game. he had 217 yards rushing. spartans up 38-37. fourth quarter, louisiana tech. to quinton patton. bulldogs down 45-43. midway through the fourth. to carr. watch this catch. amazing. play was reviewed and upheld. 26-yard touchdown. spartans end the year 10-2 with a 52-43 victory.
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let's jump to the hardwood. warriors back-to-back games. losing friday night in denver but turned it it around last night against minnesota. warriors have taken the last nine of 11 from the t-wolves. this game is about amazing shots. check it out. 99 out of 100 times he will miss the shot. lee ended with 17 on the night. not to be outdone, rookie harrison barns, posterized! look at the warriors bench. they go wild. klay thompson led the way in the second half. he had 24. is that shot pure or what are? warriors outscore the t-wolves 24-11. and warriors look good as they improve to 8-6 on the year. 96-85, that final. raiders in cincinnatti and, of course, the 49ers in new orleans. i will have the highlights at five. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. coming up next, shopping for a cause. why many shoppers are spending the weekend contributing to
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their community. >> i'm seeking not really a program but just a place to stay. >> making a difference in one. bay area's toughest neighborhoods. the center that's rescuing lives but looking for salvation itself.
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>> developing news. good samaritans rush to help in a fiery crash this morning on interstate 80 in crockett. but it was too late. abc7 news reporter kera clapper joins us live from the skyway off-ramp along i-80 with the latest on this deadly crash. good morning. >> good morning, carolyn. the california hay way patrol says that one person did die in that very fiery crash. we have video as firefighters and the california highway patrol were responding just after 2:30 this morning. the chp said the bmw rear-ended a big rig at a high rate of speed. a passerby called to report the crash and then the two-door coupe caught fire. a couple motorists stopped to extinguish the fire but it was too late. a second victim in the bmw was airlifted to a medical center. meanwhile this morning, about
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four hours after the crash, the investigation is ongoing and authorities tell us they are looking into weather alcohol was a factor in the deadly crash. reporting live, abc7 news. >> thank you, kera. tomorrow is sooner monday, the online portion of black friday when internet bargains are design to boost online retail sales. but today small business owners hope their registers keep ringing in the afterglow of small business saturday yesterday. yesterday president obama and his daughter, sasha and malia took part by shopping at a back store in arlington, virginia." bay area merchants are also seeing more traffic as some shoppers make a point of supporting local merchants. >> you want people to invest back in their community, which you feel like they do when they shop small. >> this is that store's second year participating in small business saturday. a nationwide effort started in 2010 to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities.
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black friday shoppers did not spend as much as they did last year, according to super shopper track. consumers spent just over $11 billion. that's down 1.8% from last year. home shoppers may make up the difference. online sales went up nearly 21% from last year. now to a different kind of shopping frenzy. the manager of a dollar store in tennessee is accused of attacking customers for using coupons. these two women are extreme couponers. last week they wanted to save money at a few dozen items at the dollar store. the manager refused to honor their coupons. he threatened to call the police on him so they left. >> then he attacked them. >> here we are trying to use
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coupons to save money for our family. >> the store manager has been charged with maryland assault. >> the down economy is hitting nonprofits hard. some of those dedicated to helping others now need a little help themselves. at an event in contra costa county we learned about an organization in richmond's dangerous iron triangle neighborhood. it's a beacon of hope for the homeless and drug addicts across the bay area. >> walk into the doors of the bay area rescue mission and you know right away this isn't your typical center serving the homeless and drug addicted. >> trying to do everything your own is not going to work. you need god. this place offers that. >> you have to have a new mind-set. >> people tell you that you shouldn't do it, but nobody tells you why. i get to be a sounding board for the ladies who have gone through the same things that i have. >> thirty years ago i was a homeless cocaine addict myself.
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>> when john anderson speaks, they really listen. and it's not just because he went from being a successful businessman. >> at age 29 i spent $65,000 a year on cocaine and my life was falling apart. i walked away from everything and ended up homeless on the streets in san diego. job skills training, education, family skills, life skills, helping people so they have the tools so when they are ready to leave the rescue mission, they can be successful. >> sherwin harris came here from oakland back in 1994 after losing it all to drugs. he remembers exactly where he was sleeping when he decided to change his life. >> i came just seeking really not a program, but just a place to stay. a place to lay my head and get some rest. really i thought i was going to go out and have another run. but the lord had other plans for me.
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>> more than $8 million worth of food, clothing and other items comes to the bay area rescue mission every year. about a third of that they keep. the rest they donate to other charities or it goes directly to people living in this community. >> we weathered most of the economic challenges fairly well. but here recently the donations really dropped off to the point that we had to lay off five people, five of our staff members, and cutback on expenses the best that we could. >> he said one-fourth of the staff is made up of graduates from the recovery program, and like maxine, what they bring to the table is invaluable. >> so if you would like to help the bay area rescue mission, you can call 510-215-4555. we also have a link to their website on abc7 also if your group would like to host a abc7 listen event, go to and click where it
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says "community." >> other news this morning, a 77-year-old woman reported miss big her family on thanksgiving day has been found safe thanks to a tweet by redwood city police. as darkness took hold thursday night police sent out a text alert to their facebook and twitter accounts. less than 15 minutes a woman called to say she had seen that missing woman on her street. that woman, who just arrived from japan and spoke no english was located and return to her family in good shape. >> birds posing a danger to holiday travelers at san jose minetta airport will be shot at with guns. the san jose mercury news reports city leaders last week approved an ordinance change to allow airport staffers to shoot at birds to clear them from the airfield. birds pose a danger to jets bus they often get struck by planes. they can also get suck into the
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engines resulting it in planes losing power. if scaring the birds doesn't clear them out, the airport now has permission to load buckshot and shoot them. san francisco and oakland airports already allow that practice. n.a.s.a. will announce historic news about a discovery on mars in a little more than a week in san francisco. n.a.s.a. scientists say the curiosity rover found something interesting in the soil. they aren't saying what just yet, though they do say it will be one for the history books. right now they are double checking their data. they want to make sure everything is correct. the announcement will be made at the american geophysical union meeting which takes place december 3 through the 7th. coming up, a little known bay area post office is like a
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step back through time. how it could be threatened by budget cuts. >> here is a live look at the
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>> this is abc7 news. the u.s. postal service is dealing with a $12 billion deficit and among the closers and cutbacks, a local post office. as abc7 news reporter wayne friedman found out, it's a
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throwback and a gem mostly to the woman who runs it. junior if you look closely, you might see yourself in a time-lapse that is symbolic of our world. relax as you can, our destination lies beyond the freeway past this suburb, through the redwoods to a place the urban world does not penetrate. a community identified mostly by its post office. here it is, the one known for hardly ever having a line. >> most the time it's empty? >> most the time. >> do you ever get lonely in here? >> no. >> lonely should be the last word to describe elana. post office 94516 in canyon serves about 194 residents. in a community with no door-to-door deliveries, everybody picks their mail here. >> you know all the names? >> yes, i do. >> all the addresses. >> yes, i do. >> all the quirks. >> yep. >> all the family history. >> yep. >> all the stuff you are not supposed to know.
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>> yeah, all the stuff some of it i wish i didn't know so much. >> you know everything about everybody. >> i pretty much do. >> what she does not know how budget cutbacks from the postal service will affect her and this office. >> i'm actually not supposed to talk to you about it. >> you can't? >> right. it's called the post plan. >> one possibility is that the postal service may cut back hours here and replace elana with a part-time person. that doesn't please the locals and doesn't please her. >> i love seeing my neighbors every day. i love delivering the mail to them. >> it's the spine of our community. >> so this runs in the family? >> yeah. >> three generations ago her grandparents ran the general store and post office in this very same spot. they passed down a standard of service that's outlived its time. to the people of canyon, 94516 isn't just a building. how's the baby? >> awesome. >>94516 is a person. >> she's a friend of the neighborhood and everyone relies on her.
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>> 94516 is an attitude inside and out. >> i've never seen anybody doing stretches out there, actually. >> is that a violation of federal law? >> i don't think so. but he found a dry spot to sit down so, hey. >> with that elana she returned to work. there's not as much mail as it used to be but it's enough to keep her busy. if you want to mail something, anything, she'll take care of it. for now, at least. >> so you are in limbo? >> i am. >> how is that? >> it doesn't feel good. >> in canyon, wayne friedman, abc7 news. >> neither rain, sleet nor snow more the mail service and they may get a little of all of that. >> that's right. we have active weather headed our way in the next couple days. as you head out right now, it still looks pretty nice from mount tam but don't be dereceived. we have a heavy fog advisory. mount tam sitting at 2500 feet
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and not could be fined just to the north bay. reduced visibility east and south. hazy sun before we break out the rain gear. i'll have the details next. >> you may be paying for your e-mail service and not even know it.
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>> i know there have been dense fog warnings this morning. lisa is here to talk about that. >> yeah, we have changes headed our way. as we head outside it's clear and cold in lake tahoe. the temperature there 25 degrees at the tahoe valley airport. we aren't looking at new snow in the future. the next storm system headed our way will bring some high elevation snow. more like rain, looks like, to the lake level. but that's just the first system. tag you closer to home. san jose, look at all that fog. can't even see the shark tank. visibility was at a mile. since last hour it looks like it really has gotten more dense there and from our roof camera you can see the deck of low clouds. it extends, oh, we are talking over about 1200 feet. and then we are looking at the clear conditions. so it does take a while for it to burn back but i think by about 9:00 we will see more sunshine around the bay and with
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temperatures responding to the sun, we will be, once again, a little bit above normal today. live doppler 7 hd continues it's sweep on top of mount saint helena. we aren't picking up any rain but the next 48 hours drops will beheaded our way. dense fog advisory for the valleys of the north bay. visibility here has been reduced from a quarter mile to an eighth mile in spots. but certainly not alone. look at oakland at a quarter of a mile. sfo right now three miles and mountain through just over a mile. you saw that live shot from san jose. so far things are looking okay in our east bay valleys. but we expect that fog to move in there as well because we have it in the sacramento valley, the san joaquin valley and that should take us through the delta in the next couple of hours and the fog should sort of ease on in to some of the east bay valleys before it lifts and evaporates after about 9:00. temperatures really are ranging with the coldest conditions up to the north once again with
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mild numbers from oakland to san francisco. good morning, redwood city. 46 for you. 53 in mountain view with the fog into the south bay and down to los gatos. not as bad. we are looking at clear conditions along the central coast. after the fog lifts we will look for the hazy sun. cooler the next couple days. back into the mid-60s so eats still pretty mild out there. it will take a while to get there about 3:00 this afternoon reaching the high temperatures. we look for the rainy pattern to return late tuesday, accompanied by some wind into wednesday and then another system headed by the end of the week into next weekend. so as high pressure remains in control, it is weakening. it will fade off in the days ahead. and that will allow for this system to cue on up. it's going to bring in some of the subtropical moisture and it will set up to the north and east of us. that will bring us some wind and rain. we are looking at the dry afternoon today, as well as tomorrow.
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by tuesday more clouds. and then it looks like late tuesday night, the we hours of wednesday morning, just in team for the commute and looking windy and wet. but it looks at this point like it should move on through by the early morning hours. and then clearing on out. 67 the warm spot today, oakland. looks like livermore upper 60s, as well as salinas with a little bit of that fog. then we will look for more hazy sun, a few degrees cooler tomorrow. thickening clouds on tuesday. rain and wind. a break on thursday. the next system headed our way in time for the weekend. we are definitely could use the rain. but we want the colder storm system. >> so it's not so sloppy and windy? >> exactly. we will keep you posted on that. >> thank you, lisa. have you ever had an aol account? you could still be paying for it and not even realize. or maybe you pay for an aol account because us don't want to lose your e-mail address. either way, 7 on your side's michael finney has a report you
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should see. >> debbie operates a successful catering company and much of her business is booked through her aol e-mail account. >> i signed up and they had the e-mail address that i wanted and now i continue to keep it because a lot of my customers, i do a lot of corporate catering and they leave the company, you know, but they remember my e-mail address so they will call. >> debbie paus $4.99 a month. she doesn't like paying that fee with all the free e-mail accounts out there, but she feels like she has to keep the aol account. >> so have you asked them can i just keep the address and not pay you per month? >> yeah, and they told me it's $4.99. >> that isn't much, still $4.99 a month comes out to almost $60 a year. >> that's true. that is true. okay, so you are going to tell me i can get it for free? >> i'm not going to. this guy is. alex is the associate editor at
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p.c. world magazine. >> i know people who keep their old aol screen names to use them for old time sake, but no one i know pays for them. aol offers a lot of services and some find benefit, but alex said you don't have to hang to hang on to your aol e-mail address. or pay to hang on to your aol address. >> it's relatively easy to downgrade it to a free level. if you are paying for an aol account, all you have to do is log in and go to your account settings and select "change my billing plan" and downgrade to a cheaper account, and if you want to have a free account you downgrade to free. >> even if you don't think you have a paid aol account, it's worth your time to pull out your credit card statements. the bill monitoring service,, says it finds customers died for dial-up service they thought they had abandoned a while ago. they were charged for it. >> what i recommend to all your viewers out, there take a look.
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if you used to subscribe to it, you may very well still be billed and you can take action quickly by calling them up and having it canceled. >> we've been in contact with aol but haven't received any information from the company on the issues. to see if you are paying for your aol e-mail and want to change it to a free service if you want, i posted a link on our website. go to and click on the "7 on your side" page. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> up next, lottery fever. a record jackpot of $425 million is just days away. we will tell you if you will be able
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>> yep. that's the most watched youtube video ever. the songly south korean rapper has reached more than $815 million views. that tops a previous record holder justin beiber and his hit song "baby." ♪ sexy lead >> there you go. >> talking about you. >> there you go. good morning, everybody. we are looking at the dense fog the next several hours. visibility reduced to less than an eighth of a mile in spots. then mid-60s. we will have high pressure. stay with us throughout the next couple of days, the fog will. wednesday morning, a break but more rain by the weekend. keep going, girl! >> on that note, that will do it force. thank you for joining us on the abc7 morning news. i'm carolyn tyler along with lisa argen. abc7 news continues at 9:00 this morning. hey, you asked for it. now the abc7 news exclusive
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